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October is the month for Halloween apps. I love an educational app that combines learning with holiday fun. While Monster Physics Lite is not specific to Halloween the monster theme allows me to include it in the Halloween app category. The … Continue reading
Please find the parent presentation (visuals only) on Navigating PowerSchool if you were unable to attend the parent training.
That time of year again to look to see what apps/software we need to ensure our children’s school year is a success. Here are some apps that students will use on a regular basis. These may vary depending on the teachers your … Continue reading
Secure Passwords – Explained by Common Craft Release Date: 6-7-2010 What it Teaches Passwords are essential to using the Web and criminals have become very good at guessing them. This video teaches the risks and how to create a secure … Continue reading
Use a strong password. A strong password contains a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, symbols (@ # $), punctuation (. , ! ?) and numbers. Using all types of characters works the best. For example instead of using welcome use … Continue reading
Common Sense Media: Digital Footprint Intro from Joaquin E. Jutt on Vimeo.